Fayetteville City Reporter
About 230 acres in the heart of the city will be preserved forever.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A historic home downtown will have temporary tenants while crews repair the building, which may lead to a more lasting arrangement.
Fayetteville council to consider matching grant for purchasing 228 acres
FAYETTEVILLE — Preserving nearly 230 acres of mountain in the heart of the city will attract hundreds of bikers yearly, provide educational and recreational opportunities for children and preserve a natural habitat forever, officials say.
FAYETTEVILLE -- A planned recreational vehicle resort north of Kessler Mountain will provide an amenity the city lacks, the project's founders say.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Smoking is banned in restaurants, shops, theaters, retailers and most other public places in the city. Soon, parks and trails could be added to the list.
The rate residents pay for recycling and trash service will get an update for the first time in 25 years.
FAYETTEVILLE -- Preserving the city's historic neighborhoods will take participation, coordination and education, about 50 residents agreed Monday during a public discussion.
Storm Carr looked crestfallen as he walked around what used to be his French antiques store on Block Avenue in Fayetteville. A few stacks of books and some collectibles too big for boxes remained.
A pair of volunteer-led intersection projects slowed traffic for pedestrians but had a few unforeseen issues, serving their experimental purpose, city transportation officials said Tuesday.
Appropriate development should balance the interests of residents, builders and city officials and decisions should benefit the entire city, not just certain groups, planning commissioners agreed during a Saturday retreat.